Moscow & Cairo to drop USD, use national currencies in bilateral trade – Putin

RT
February 9, 2015

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (RIA Novosti / Mihail Metzel)

Russia and Egypt might soon exclude the US dollar and use their national currencies in the settlement of accounts in bilateral trade, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview to Egyptian media ahead of his Monday visit to the country.

READ MORE: Iran moves away from US dollar in foreign trade

The issue of abandoning the dollar in trade is “being actively discussed,” Putin told Al-Ahram daily newspaper ahead of his two-day trip to Egypt. The Russian president was invited for a bilateral meeting by his Egyptian counterpart Abdul Fattah al-Sisi.

“This measure will open up new prospects for trade and investment cooperation between our countries, reduce its dependence on the current trends in the world markets,” Putin said. Continue reading Moscow & Cairo to drop USD, use national currencies in bilateral trade – Putin

Samsung Smart TVs will listen to, capture and transmit your private conversations

The Age
February 10, 2015
David Merce

If you have a Samsung Smart TV with voice recognition in your lounge room, it might be worth making sure the feature’s deactivated and a piece of tape is over the microphone before you make any private or sensitive statements.

The South Korean technology giant has told users of the voice recognition feature that anything heard by the television may be whisked away by the company over the internet and sent to a third party.

The company’s privacy policy states: “Samsung may collect and your device may capture voice commands and associated texts so that we can provide you with voice recognition features and evaluate and improve the features”.

It adds the warning that “if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party”. Continue reading Samsung Smart TVs will listen to, capture and transmit your private conversations

The Secret Covenant: The Elite’s Manual For Global Enslavement

Did the global elite leak secret document?

The origins and implications of the mysterious document known as “The Secret Covenant.”

The document was anonymously sent to the email of bankindex.com in June of 2002.

Whether or not it was truly gifted to the masses from an Illuminati insider remains to be seen.

However, it is difficult for the average human to not find some portion of it that rings true in our exponentially growing enslavement and mass culling by a group of social elite that are dominating the collective population of Planet Earth.

This Is What Happens When A Kid Leaves Traditional Education

Collective Evolution
January 7, 2014 (posted on Eco Liberty on February 10, 2015)
Joe Martino

Logan Laplante is a 13 year-old boy who was taken out of the education system to be home schooled instead. Not only was he home schooled, but Logan had the ability to tailor his education to his interests and also his style of learning, something traditional education does not offer. As Logan has mentioned, when he grows up he wants to be happy and healthy. At a TEDx talk in 2013, he discussed how hacking his education is helping him achieve that goal.

Logan’s story can be seen in a similar light as Jacob Barnett‘s story who was first put in Special Ed by his school until he was pulled out of standard education and is now seen as an incredibly intelligent young person who is on track to winning a Nobel Prize one day. Continue reading This Is What Happens When A Kid Leaves Traditional Education

GMO labeling legislation introduced in Minnesota has massive public support

Natural News
February 9, 2015
Kristina Martin

(NaturalNews) In the dead of winter, the Minnesota State Legislature isn’t letting the snow keep them from reintroducing legislation to label GMOs. At the end of January, HF 351 and SF 335 were proposed in both the House and the Senate. While the state has proposed legislation that would disclose the presence of GMO ingredients to consumers by January of 2017, support for GMO labeling in the state has grown at a fantastic rate. After seeing the Oregon initiative to label GMOs defeated by a mere 812 votes, activists across Minnesota are pushing even more to make sure they get the support they need to pass these bills and let GMO companies know that we want to know what is in our food. Continue reading GMO labeling legislation introduced in Minnesota has massive public support

Most cars are vulnerable to ‘hacking or privacy intrusions’ – report

The Guardian
9 February 2015

A Senate-commissioned investigation details how an iPad can interfere with vehicle performance and be used to collect data such as driving history

Many of these cars contain electronic control units that can be easily hacked, according to a US Senate report.

Forget crowbars – all a hacker needs to break into your car is an iPad, according to a report released on Monday by Senator Edward Markey. What’s more, car companies are doing little to protect you.

Most cars now contain more than 50 separate electronic control units collecting vehicle data and improving performance; nearly all have wireless entry points that could act as a gateway for hackers. Almost all the cars on the market today are therefore vulnerable to “hacking or privacy intrusions”, Markey said. Continue reading Most cars are vulnerable to ‘hacking or privacy intrusions’ – report